The subject property is located on the fringe of Ansley which is an attractive village and Civil Parish in the North Warwickshire district of Warwickshire being situated some five miles west of Nuneaton. The property is situated on the south-western side of the B4112 Birmingham Road which is the main thoroughfare through the village (and a regular bus route) which has a local Post Office and general convenience store, fish and chip shop, hair and beauty salon and also two public houses, the Lord Nelson Public House and Restaurant and also the Boot Inn. There are open fields to the rear. The property comprises a former Private Members’ Social Club site now with planning consent for demolition of the existing club building (along with the adjoining former Steward’s house), together with outline permission for the erection of up to ten dwellings to a ridge height which provides the potential for building to two and a half storeys. The expectation is that any scheme will provide for a mix of three bedroomed, four bedroomed and potentially five bedroomed houses. The total site area available extends to some 0.76 acres approx. with a public footpath (AE141) running along the north-western boundary of the site providing access to the fields at the rear which form part of the neighbouring green belt.